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A conductor is placed in an electric f…

A disk with radius R is oriented with…

An e- traveling along +x axis enters e…

Electrical and gravitational forces fo…

all of them

both 1 and 2

upward

gravitational are always attractive whereas electrical can be…

A conductor is placed in an electric f…

all of them

A disk with radius R is oriented with…

both 1 and 2

Conductors

Insulators

Semiconductors

Coulumb's Law

Iron, metals... e- bound loosely to nucleus, free to move

Wood, rubber... e- bound tightly to nucleus

Silicon, germanium

F = kq1q2/r^2

Conductors

Iron, metals... e- bound loosely to nucleus, free to move

Insulators

Wood, rubber... e- bound tightly to nucleus

Conductors

Insulators

Semiconductors

Coulumb's Law

Iron, metals... e- bound loosely to nucleus, free to move

Wood, rubber... e- bound tightly to nucleus

Silicon, germanium

F = kq1q2/r^2

Conductors

Iron, metals... e- bound loosely to nucleus, free to move

Insulators

Wood, rubber... e- bound tightly to nucleus

the process by which energy is exchang…

objects are in __ if energy can be exc…

__ exists when two objects are in ther…

__ is the property that determines whe…

heat

thermal contact

thermal equilibrium

temperature

the process by which energy is exchang…

heat

objects are in __ if energy can be exc…

thermal contact

pulse duration

pulse period

pulse repetition frequency

dB

the length of time the US pulse is on. Determines the axial r…

the time from one US pulse to the next

the number of US pulse per second sent into the tissue. High…

method of expressing ratios of quantities. Represents the pow…

pulse duration

the length of time the US pulse is on. Determines the axial r…

pulse period

the time from one US pulse to the next

types of charges

properties of charges

dipole moment

insulators

positive and negative

1. like charges repel and opposite charges attract... 2. electri…

dipole = Q×d

hold tightly to e⁻ usually in covalent bonds

types of charges

positive and negative

properties of charges

1. like charges repel and opposite charges attract... 2. electri…

rubbing

polarization

conductor

insulator

net charge of the system remain zero but object carry an exce…

distorting the charge field of a neutral object

valence electron wander freely throughout the material (body,…

electrons are bound to the parent atom and don't move freely…

rubbing

net charge of the system remain zero but object carry an exce…

polarization

distorting the charge field of a neutral object

wave

medium

transverse

longitudinal

a traveling disturbance that carries energy from one place to…

the substance through which a wave travels

waves in which the disturbance is perpendicular to the direct…

waves in which the disturbance is parallel to (in the same di…

wave

a traveling disturbance that carries energy from one place to…

medium

the substance through which a wave travels

transverse wave

longitudinal wave

mixed wave

wave

local disturbance of medium is perpendicular to direction of…

local disturbance of medium is parallel to direction of travel

local disturbance is a combination of transverse and longitud…

disturbance of a medium

transverse wave

local disturbance of medium is perpendicular to direction of…

longitudinal wave

local disturbance of medium is parallel to direction of travel

Electron

Proton

Neutron

Properties of charges acting on charges

Negative charge... Mass= 9.1E-31 kg... Size= 1E-16 m

Positive Charge... Mass= 1.6726E-27 kg... Size= 1E-15 m

Neutral Charge... Mass= 1.6749E-27 kg... Size= 1E-15 m

Like charges repel each other, opposite charges attract each…

Electron

Negative charge... Mass= 9.1E-31 kg... Size= 1E-16 m

Proton

Positive Charge... Mass= 1.6726E-27 kg... Size= 1E-15 m

Thermal Physics is the study of-

Heat

Thermal Equilibrium

Zeroth Law of THermodynamics

Temperature, Heat and how those affect matter

energy exchange between objects of a different temperature

Two objects in thermal contact have no net energy exchange be…

Objects A and B are separately in thermal equilibrium with a…

Thermal Physics is the study of-

Temperature, Heat and how those affect matter

Heat

energy exchange between objects of a different temperature

acoustic variables

wave parameters (PW)

assumptions of a pulsed wave

Doppler

pressure... density... temperature... particle motion

frequency... period... wavelength... amplitude... power... intensity... propaga…

sound travels in a straight line... travels to reflector and rig…

the apparent change in freq as a result of a change in wavele…

acoustic variables

pressure... density... temperature... particle motion

wave parameters (PW)

frequency... period... wavelength... amplitude... power... intensity... propaga…

Kirchhoff's Voltage Law

Kirchhoff's Current Law

___________ capacitors and their equiv…

___________ capacitors and their equiv…

voltage in a loop is zero

current at a node is zero

series

parallel

Kirchhoff's Voltage Law

voltage in a loop is zero

Kirchhoff's Current Law

current at a node is zero

Dielectric Material

Polar Molecule

Dielectric Constant, K,

Capacitors in Series

Any material made up of polar molecules or for which the mole…

A molecule which behaves as an electric dipole.

The ratio of the capacitance with material between the plates…

1/CS= 1/C1+1/c2+1/C3....

Dielectric Material

Any material made up of polar molecules or for which the mole…

Polar Molecule

A molecule which behaves as an electric dipole.

A positive charge is released from res…

What is the change in potential when a…

What is the change in potential energy…

When a positive charge is released fro…

-direction of the electric field

-negative

-negative

-direction of the field

A positive charge is released from res…

-direction of the electric field

What is the change in potential when a…

-negative

Define: Attenuation

Attenuation is..

Distance and Attenuation are..

Frequency and attenuation are..

a decrease in wave amplitude (or intensity) due to the mechan…

the decrease in intensity, power and amplitude as sound trave…

directly related.

directly related. ... Attenuation is greater in higher frequenc…

Define: Attenuation

a decrease in wave amplitude (or intensity) due to the mechan…

Attenuation is..

the decrease in intensity, power and amplitude as sound trave…

Models of Light

The Wave Model

Wave Optics

The Ray Model

Each model successfully explains the behavior of light within…

Light is a wave; light exhibits the same behavior as sound or…

The study of light as a wave.

Light travels in a straight line. Includes mirrors, lenses, a…

Models of Light

Each model successfully explains the behavior of light within…

The Wave Model

Light is a wave; light exhibits the same behavior as sound or…

what is the 0th law of thermodynamics?

Is U a state function

Is temperature a state function

Is heat a state function

if a is in thermal equilibrium with c, and if c is in thermal…

yes

yes

no

what is the 0th law of thermodynamics?

if a is in thermal equilibrium with c, and if c is in thermal…

Is U a state function

yes

Change of an object's position or orie…

The path along which an object moves.

Symbol that represents a position alon…

Change of position. The difference bet…

Motion

Trajectory

Coordinate

Displacement

Change of an object's position or orie…

Motion

The path along which an object moves.

Trajectory

Suppose that an object travels from on…

When is the average velocity of an obj…

A new car manufacturer advertises that…

An object moving in the +x axis experi…

C) The displacement is either less than or equal to the dista…

C) only when the velocity is constant

C) average acceleration.

D) increasing its velocity by 2.0 m/s in every second.

Suppose that an object travels from on…

C) The displacement is either less than or equal to the dista…

When is the average velocity of an obj…

C) only when the velocity is constant

Why do we measure basic dose distribut…

Describe the Alderson Rando phantom.

Why does the absorbed dose in the pati…

PDD, TAR, TPR & TMR measurements are m…

- closely approximates the radiation absorption and scatterin…

anthropomorphic phantom - human form... - Frequently used for cl…

- depends on depth, field size, distance from source, beam en…

-water phantoms using small ionization chambers

Why do we measure basic dose distribut…

- closely approximates the radiation absorption and scatterin…

Describe the Alderson Rando phantom.

anthropomorphic phantom - human form... - Frequently used for cl…

The kilogram (kg) is the SI unit for _…

The meter (m) is SI unit for _________…

The second (s) is the SI unit for ____…

The newton (N) is the SI unit for ____…

mass

length or distance

time

weight or force

The kilogram (kg) is the SI unit for _…

mass

The meter (m) is SI unit for _________…

length or distance

The object being charged...

polarization

force

field force

is always left with a charge having the same sign as the obje…

surface of an insulator

is a vector

the force is exerted on by one object on another object

The object being charged...

is always left with a charge having the same sign as the obje…

polarization

surface of an insulator

Rule 1

Rule 2: Zeros has three types

Rules for addition and subtraction wit…

Rules for multiplication and division…

All non-zero integers are significant.

Leading Zeros are zeros that precede all of the nonzero integ…

The final answer must have no more decimal places than the me…

The final answer must have no more sig figs than the measurem…

Rule 1

All non-zero integers are significant.

Rule 2: Zeros has three types

Leading Zeros are zeros that precede all of the nonzero integ…

a young's double slit apparatus is ill…

12. A blue beam of light falls on two…

400 nm is

450 nm is

becomes more widely space

Interference fringes move close to the central maximum

purple

blue

a young's double slit apparatus is ill…

becomes more widely space

12. A blue beam of light falls on two…

Interference fringes move close to the central maximum

If you double the energy of a kilogram…

About how fast are molecules in air mo…

Temperature is the measure

In a bucket of water, instananeous spe…

doubles

1000 ft/sec

of average kinetic energy

approximately 1000 feet per second

If you double the energy of a kilogram…

doubles

About how fast are molecules in air mo…

1000 ft/sec

What is the most equilibrium (stable)…

Dynamic Equilibrium

What makes life in thermodynamics?

Equilibrium

Dead on the ground

Organism must do work, and needs to do it continuously in ord…

Constant dynamic equilibrium

Death

What is the most equilibrium (stable)…

Dead on the ground

Dynamic Equilibrium

Organism must do work, and needs to do it continuously in ord…

T or F: An object thrown horizontally…

You are in a spaceship and fire a cann…

T or F: If something always has a cons…

T or F: Weight and inertia both have u…

F: Fall at same speed

No force is required to keep it moving

T: Circle

F: W = Newtons... Inertia = Kg

T or F: An object thrown horizontally…

F: Fall at same speed

You are in a spaceship and fire a cann…

No force is required to keep it moving

Aristotle believed that natural laws c…

In contrast to Aristotle's way of expl…

Galileo said that if you rolled a ball…

When Galileo rolled a ball down an inc…

logic

experiment

keep rolling without slowing down if no friction acted upon it

its initial height

Aristotle believed that natural laws c…

logic

In contrast to Aristotle's way of expl…

experiment

Suppose that an object travels from on…

When is the average velocity of an obj…

A new car manufacturer advertises that…

An object moving in the +x axis experi…

C) The displacement is either less than or equal to the dista…

C) only when the velocity is constant

C) average acceleration.

D) increasing its velocity by 2.0 m/s in every second.

Suppose that an object travels from on…

C) The displacement is either less than or equal to the dista…

When is the average velocity of an obj…

C) only when the velocity is constant

1.19 Suppose that, while lying on a be…

2.05 The position of an object moving…

2.15 A particle's position is given by…

2.18 The position of a particle moving…

H=height of person... t=time... r=radius of earth... 24/360=t/theta... us…

a-d plug and chug... e)... A:a)-.06m b)-2.28m c)-.18m d)12.72m e)12…

c

...

1.19 Suppose that, while lying on a be…

H=height of person... t=time... r=radius of earth... 24/360=t/theta... us…

2.05 The position of an object moving…

a-d plug and chug... e)... A:a)-.06m b)-2.28m c)-.18m d)12.72m e)12…

SI units

Scalar Quantity

Vector Quanitty

Scalar or vector?... Temperature... Speed... Ma…

Meter (m)... kilogram (kg)... Second (s)

Can be described as a single number

Deals with magnitude and direction

Temp, speed, mass- scalar... Velocity force, displacement- vector

SI units

Meter (m)... kilogram (kg)... Second (s)

Scalar Quantity

Can be described as a single number

study of electricity at rest

charged atom

transferred

the net amount of electric charge in a…

Define electrostatics

Define ion

When a charge is made, it isn't created or destroyed, it is m…

What does the Law of Conservation of Electric Charge say?

study of electricity at rest

Define electrostatics

charged atom

Define ion

The horns of the crescent moon always…

Vega is in the constellation

The Zodiac is

You are on a strange planet. You note…

away from the sun

Lyra

the constellations through which the Sun appears to travel in…

26,000 miles

The horns of the crescent moon always…

away from the sun

Vega is in the constellation

Lyra

Conductors

Insulators

Semiconductors

Coulumb's Law ... -Strength of E field

Some charges (usually -) can move

Charges can't move

The amount of charge that moves can be controlled in manufact…

-Attraction/ repulsion of charged spheres as a function of to…

Conductors

Some charges (usually -) can move

Insulators

Charges can't move

Motion

Speed

Velocity

Acceleration

Change in position measured by distance and time

Rate at which an object moves

Speed and direction of a moving object

rate of speed or direction changes... positive value = speeding…

Motion

Change in position measured by distance and time

Speed

Rate at which an object moves